The October 2017 edition of Manufacturing Engineering is now available as a digital magazine. Links to individual articles are below:
Autonomous vehicle efforts are well-established in mining, agriculture.
Start with the basics, then look at a virtual world through wearable augmented reality glasses.
As the need for in-process measurement gets ever more urgent, suppliers are responding with a variety of tools and techniques. Some are surprising adaptations of existing tools to new applications.
For longer running jobs, robotic welding is the right choice for many shops.
How builders can effectively wrestle with the “Black Hats” of the cyberworld, and ensure that manufacturing processes stay secure.
Special Section: Medical Manufacturing—Managing Innovation
Suppliers and shops are honing their machines, tools, and skills to make more effective microparts for medical devices.
There are several key initiatives to provide information that helps medical manufacturers navigate this complex market.
Metrology for medical device manufacturing is in a class all its own.
When a new production line with articulating robots and exible framing stations was needed for a new car, Alfa Romeo called on Comau SpA to co-engineer a exible body- in-white line to handle advanced lightweight materials used in the Giulia’s framing
In Kentucky, a request from an equine podiatrist for special aluminum corrective horseshoes might not seem too unusual. At least that’s how it appeared to Carbide Products Inc. when some pretty big orders came in for a local equine facility.
In auto racing, small details have a major impact on success – a concept very familiar to performance racing parts provider Oliver Racing Parts, which makes connecting rods for the world’s leading engine builders.